East Side’s Annual Family STEM Night

 

Please join us for our annual Family STEM Night this January 23rd  from 6:00-7:30! Cheer your child on as they make paperclips fly, build roller coasters, play with robots, and much more!

Mark your calendars and bring your whole family for this fun-filled STEM Night!

**Please note: this is not a drop-off event**

100th Day of School

The 100th Day of  School will be on Friday instead of Tuesday.  I’m requesting that students dress up like they are 100 years old for our 100th day of school.  Due to a scheduling conflict, we will be celebrating in class in lieu of a parade.  

100th Day of School

On Tuesday, January 23rd, I am requesting that the students dress up like they are 100 years old for our 100th day of school! Due to a scheduling conflict, we will be celebrating in class in lieu of a parade.

We are going to do many fun Math and Writing enrichment activities related to the way we are dressed and to the number “100”. There is no need to buy new items. Allow your child to get creative with what you already have at home!

 I appreciate your help with putting together an outfit for them. I can’t wait to see all my little old men and women!

Performing Arts

Inside your child’s homework binder, you will find a yellow lunch count form for the Beauty and the  Beast ballet.  Please complete and return this form by Friday, January 12th.

If you have not done so already, please sign and return the white report card envelope.  You may keep the report card.  Thank you! 

East Side’s Annual Family STEM Night

East Side’s Annual Family STEM Night

 

Please join us for our annual Family STEM Night this January 23rd  from 6:00-7:30! Cheer your child on as they make paperclips fly, build roller coasters, play with robots, and much more!

Mark your calendars and bring your whole family for this fun-filled STEM Night!

**Please note: this is not a drop-off event**

This Week

Tuesday

We will wear our pajamas and watch a pg movie (students  only).  Students are allowed to wear slippers in class only, so please send in gym shoes.  We will also have a snack while watching the movie.  

Lunch at 10:42 in the classroom (sack lunch)

Dismissal at 12:30

 

Wednesday

Winter party at 8:30 ( Please check your child’s binder for “fast passes” -show to the volunteer at the front desk to bypass the sign in line)

Lunch at 10:42 in the classroom (sack lunch)

Dismissal at 12:30

Winter Party and Mystery Reader

Hello Parents,

We will  have our winter party on December 20th starting at 8:30.  Please sign up on Shutterfly if you  would like to donate items and/or your time to volunteer at a center.  Also, I have added new mystery reader dates.  Please add three facts about the mystery reader to the comment section when signing up.  Thank you!   🙂 

Parent Survey

 

East Side families, It is time for you to complete the Georgia Parent Survey. The data gathered from these surveys will be used as part of the calculation of East Side’s School Climate Star Rating. Survey responses are anonymous and will be submitted directly to the Georgia Department of Education for analysis. The Georgia Parent Survey link is posted below.  We ask for one parent from each family to complete the survey by Friday, December 15, 2017.

Georgia Parent Survey:

http://gshs.gadoe.org/parents

STEM on November 29th

We will have our next school wide STEM day on November 29th.  If you have any of the following items, we would love to have them to use with our projects.  Thank you so much!

–          Cardboard (cereal boxes or medium size cardboard pieces)

–          Corks (used)

–          Acorns (from your neighborhood)

–          Small plastic figurines (Example:  Polly Pockets)

–          Matchbox cars

Lunch on Friday, November 3 and Kiwanis Circle K Club

We will have lunch at 12:01-12:31 on Friday, November 3rd.  

East Side Elementary is proud to support the Kiwanis Circle K Club of Kennesaw State University and Georgia Highlands Paulding Campus to promote the America Reads program this year.  America Reads Initiative is a federal program that allows KSU and GHC work study students to tutor elementary and middle school students in Paulding and surrounding counties who are in need.  Please consider donating a gently used or new book, but please don’t put your child’s name in it.  A note of encouragement about the joys of reading that is slipped between the pages of a book is most welcome.  The book drive will run until November 30th.  Boxes are placed by the cafeteria and gym doors.